No More Cockroaches! They Cannot Crawl In Now (after Our Mesh Is Installed)!

[caption id="attachment_153178" align="alignright" width="300"] Stay out you cockroach![/caption] Interested to find out more?  Click here to WhatsApp us at 82429595!   === Hey there, fellow bug-phobes and insect enthusiasts! Today, I come to you with a tale of terror, triumph, and tiny critters that once haunted my nightmares: cockroaches. Yes, those speedy little scuttlers that seem to have a knack for popping up at the most inconvenient times, like when you're peacefully sipping your morning coffee or contemplating the meaning of life in the shower. Let me set the scene for you: picture a quaint little flat with all the comforts of home, except for one glaring flaw – it was apparently cockroach paradise. Now, I'm not one to exaggerate,...

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No More Lizards! We Can Finally Open All Our Windows Big-Big Now!

[caption id="attachment_153173" align="alignright" width="300"] Stay Out of My House![/caption] Ah, the joys of homeownership - the mortgage, the maintenance, and of course, the uninvited guests who make themselves way too comfortable. Now, I'm not talking about your in-laws who never leave; I'm referring to those scaly, stealthy intruders commonly known as lizards. Picture this: You're peacefully lounging on your couch, binging your favorite show, when suddenly, out of nowhere, a lizard decides to play a game of "Catch Me If You Can" across your living room wall. Panic ensues. You grab the nearest broom, your cat goes into full predator mode, and chaos reigns supreme. But fear not, fellow homeowner, for there exists a magical invention that has revolutionized the...

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Protect Your Family From Dengue Now: Keep Mosquitos Out!

[caption id="attachment_153168" align="alignright" width="300"] Our Magnetic Insect Screen Blocks Out Mosquitoes[/caption] The Dengue Situation in Singapore is Worsening Dengue fever remains a pressing health issue globally, including in Singapore. Recent reports highlight a resurgence of cases, prompting the need for effective preventive measures. Magnetic insect screens offer a practical solution to mitigate dengue transmission risk. Let's explore their role in safeguarding against dengue while keeping other pests like lizards and cockroaches at bay. Understanding the Role of Mosquito Control: Mosquito control is fundamental in combating dengue transmission. Given the daytime activity patterns of Aedes mosquitoes, strategies targeting their breeding and proliferation are essential. While outdoor measures such as fogging ais crucial, indoor protection is equally vital to prevent mosquitoes from...

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“To DIY Or Not-DIY”: Magnetic Insect Screens, A Simple Checklist To Help You Decide

Magnetic insect screens (sometimes referred as "mosquito net", "window mesh") are an innovative solution to keep unwanted pests such as cockroaches, lizards, mosquitoes and birds out of your home. These screens are becoming popular in Singapore and offers an effective and affordable alternative to traditional pest control methods. However, to maximize their effectiveness and ensure longevity, it is important to consider professional installation. Professional installation ensures that your magnetic insect screens fit perfectly, covering your windows without any gaps that could allow pests to sneak in. A professional installer will also take into account the unique features of your home, such as the type of window frames, whether it’s with or without grilles, to ensure that the screens are properly...

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A Simple Solution for a Common Problem: Magnetic Insect Screens Can Keep Lizards Out of Your Home

Lizards are common creatures that can be found in many homes all over Singapore. While they are harmless to humans and can even be helpful in controlling pests such as insects and spiders, they can still be a nuisance for some homeowners. Lizards can be difficult to catch and remove from the home, and their presence can be unsettling for those who are afraid of them. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to keep lizards out of your home: magnetic insect screen, sometimes referred to as window mesh. Insect screens are mesh-like barriers that are designed to keep insects and other pests out of the home while allowing fresh air to circulate. They are commonly installed on windows, and the...

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Holy Bats! — Why Are They Flying Into Our Homes?

Bats In Our City Even though Singapore is a city, there's so much wildlife amongst us. Think otters, the jungle fowls, wild boars and even snakes! What people do not realize is that we have many bats living amongst us too. Being the only mammal that can achieve full flights, these nocturnal creatures are actually very good for us. They fly around in the evenings and nights eating up insects and other creepy crawlies. During the day, they rest in trees, under dark corners of buildings. And increasing now - as we noticed - under the solar panels now being installed by HDB all over the island. [caption id="attachment_86958" align="alignleft" width="300"] HDB Solar Panels @ AMK[/caption] [caption id="attachment_86959" align="alignleft" width="300"]...

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How To Choose Magnetic Insect Screens? Top 5 Things!

Though insect screens (aka mosquito net, window mesh, flyscreen) are not yet very common in Singapore, it is considered a necessity for most homes elsewhere in the world, so it’s really quite strange why this is not yet the case in Singapore. Insect screens are useful not only to keep mosquitoes out. In fact many families install the screens (aka mesh) to keep out lizards, cockroaches and other creepy crawlies too. It is certain a good solution to allow you to keep your windows opened for good air circulation while blocking these uninvited guests out! With the increasing occurrence of dengue fever over the years, and now everyone staying at home due to Covid-19 and even "midge infestations" (usually near...

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Keep Out Those Pesky Birds! 🦅

Many birds are beautiful and sing with a lovely voice. However, many birds that live in Singapore are nuisance to our living environment. Birds Can Be Pesky In places such as Hougang, Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang, Woodlands, Eunos and Tampines, they nest on nearby trees, making unbearable noise and sometimes flies into our home for a free meal and water. It's so irritating and so difficult to chase them away because they keep coming back. The best method to keep these pesky birds (usually mynah, sometimes pigeon) away for good is to remove their food sources and even to close our windows. But these may not be good solutions because closing windows will cause our homes to be hot and...

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Flying Cockroach, Yucks! Let’s Keep Them Out!

Why Do Cockroaches Come Into Your Home? Cockroaches are disgusting but the flying ones are the worst! 🤯😲😡 Cockroaches visit your home for food and water (and not because they like you!). This is the reason why the most vulnerable places at home is the kitchen & bathrooms.  Keep food carefully packed away and keep the bathrooms dry and you will see less (and hopefully no more) cockroaches! And yet it is not uncommon to have them flying into our homes here in Singapore. Doesn't matter whether we're staying in a flat, a condo or even landed houses. Especially at night when we go to the kitchen to get something to eat. Or on "fumigation day" when rubbish chutes are...

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Keep Your Family Safe – No Mosquito = No Dengue = No Zika

Are You Living in a Dengue Red Zone? These past few days had been hot and rainy, the perfect kind of weather for Aedes mosquito to breed and it's no wonder that we're seeing an increase in the number of dengue cases across Singapore. [caption id="attachment_86948" align="alignleft" width="300"] 10 Dengue Cases here at Yishun Street 81 Khatib area (photo taken 18 Jan 2019)[/caption] [caption id="attachment_86949" align="alignleft" width="300"] 20 Dengue Cases here at Yishun Street 81 Khatib area (photo taken 1 Feb 2019)[/caption]                 Dengue is a Painful Disease Unfortunately most folks in Singapore is still unaware of how dangerous and painful it is to suffer from dengue (it's other name is "Break Bone...

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